KJZZ News

The National Weather Service issued a red flag warning for Northern Arizona today, including Flagstaff and parts of Coconino and Navajo County.
Jun. 26, 2014
Federal land managers say a lawsuit by Nevada ranchers and others demanding acceleration of wild horse roundups doesn't pass legal muster, but even is if it did, they don't have the money or the room at U.S. corrals to gather more mustangs.
Jun. 26, 2014
Almost a year has passed since the 19 Granite Mountain Hot Shots were killed in a wildfire near Prescott. The aftermath of the blaze has been captured in a series of color photographs now on exhibit in Phoenix. The photographer hopes his images will help people deal with the emotional scars from the Yarnell Hill Wildfire.
Jun. 26, 2014
Arizona's Superintendent of Public Instruction John Huppenthal publicly apologized Wednesday for comments he made under a pseudonym on a political blog.
Jun. 25, 2014
On Wednesday, Secretary of Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson and Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer met in Nogales, Ariz., to tour a facility where unaccompanied child migrants are being housed. The secretary sent a message about the risks of crossing the border illegally.
Jun. 25, 2014
More than 70,000 undocumented students in Arizona are eligible to apply for the Deferred Action Plan this year. But so far, less than half of the eligible students have applied.
Jun. 25, 2014
Jenny Mollen is the author of “I Like You Just The Way I Am.”
Jun. 25, 2014
Arizona Attorney General Tom Horne has been under fire from multiple corners for months.
Jun. 25, 2014
Superintendent of Public Instruction John Huppenthal is now known by a couple of other names: Falcon9 and Thucydides.
Jun. 25, 2014
The Thunderbird School of Global Management in Glendale has faced significant financial problems.
Jun. 25, 2014
A new award has been created in memory of former Arizona Cardinal player Pat Tillman. The first recipient of the Pat Tillman Award for Service will be Josh Sweeney from Phoenix.
Jun. 25, 2014
So with the NBA draft taking place Thursday and with three first-round picks, does the Suns’ better than expected year change their strategy of building with young players?
Jun. 25, 2014
The issue of wrong-way drivers has become a major problem in the Valley.
Jun. 25, 2014
State Transportation officials are blaming a new system for the problem of some people getting the wrong picture on their driver's license.
Jun. 25, 2014
Dozens of property owners in central Arizona have sued the state, saying it failed miserably in its management of a wildfire that killed 19 Hotshots.
Jun. 25, 2014
Arizona ranks in the middle of the states in a new report from AARP that considers care and quality of life for older adults, people with disabilities and family caregivers.
Jun. 25, 2014
A former Republican Superintendent of Public Instruction is continuing her call for the resignation of current school superintendent John Huppenthal.
Jun. 25, 2014
The latest wave of Central American families and children crossing the Southwest border in recent months is triggering déjà vu for some. In the 1980s about a million Guatemalans and Salvadorans fled to the U.S., escaping civil war.
Jun. 25, 2014
House and Senate lawmakers met Tuesday to work out a compromise for the scandal-plagued Department of Veterans Affairs. The scandal broke this spring with reports that officials in Phoenix were falsifying records and delaying treatment for veterans.
Jun. 24, 2014
Wal-Mart is opening a store at Metrocenter in northwest Phoenix. It’s welcome news to investors who have been trying to attract retailers and customers back to the aging mall.
Jun. 24, 2014

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